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Porous paving options catch on, one driveway at a time
by Katherine Roth
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27 November 2018
On 27 November 2018 The Associated Press reported:
One driveway at a time, many green-minded homeowners and communities are opting for permeable paving options instead of traditional asphalt. 'It's much better for the environment because it helps cut down on storm runoff, which picks up motor oil and other pollutants, overburdens water treatment facilities, and can ultimately end up in local waterways,' says Margaret Mayfield, an architect in Los Osos, California.
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Permeable, or porous, driveways come in a range of styles, some high-tech and others decidedly Old School.
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